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Which one for DJ and 4X

Discussion in 'BMX & Dirt Jumping' started by Frankenschwinn, Oct 19, 2005.

  1. Frankenschwinn

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    This one: Loki Alum.


    Recommended Fork Length 80-100mm
    Head Angle 69
    Headset 1 1/8
    Seat Angle 71
    Seatpost Size 27.2mm
    Top Tube Length Measured Center To Center 21.3"
    Wheelbase 1043mm
    Chainstay Length 419mm
    Bottom Bracket Width 73mm
    Bottom Bracket Height 12.5"
    Disc Brake Mount Spacing 51mm IS
    Rear Axle Spacing 135mm
    Rear Axle Diameter 10mm
    Maximum Tire Clearance 2.5+
    Standover At Midsection Of Top Tube And Forward Of Seat Tube 27" 25"
    Weight 4lbs 13oz


    or this one: Roscoe 4130 Chromo

    10mm Axle
    Singlespeed or Geared
    Ships With CNC'd Chain Tugs
    Ships With Clamp
    26.8 Post
    Recommended Fork Length 100mm
    Head Angle:69
    Seat Angle:72
    Top Tube:550mm
    Seat Tube Length:368mm

    Geo is very similar
     

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  2. McGRP01

    McGRP01 beer and bikes

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    If you're going to be using it for 4x, I'd chose the Loki. It's cheaper too.
     
  3. scurban

    scurban Turbo Monkey

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    get the Loki
     
  4. dexter

    dexter Turbo Monkey

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    the rosco looks 100x better
     
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    Changleen Paranoid Member

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    Slack head angles for 4x on both IMO.
     
  6. musicman

    musicman Chimp

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    i love my loki. i dj on it and race some 4x, and ride street, and trail. its pretty sick
     
  7. mobius

    mobius Turbo Monkey

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    Loki with a 3" fork.
     
  8. Frankenschwinn

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    Thanks for the help...

     
  9. ufdff15

    ufdff15 Monkey

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    double post
     
  10. ufdff15

    ufdff15 Monkey

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    My vote is for the loki because the first picture is of mine, which i might add is a very poor representation of a 4x bike 80mm fork,24" wheels and SS, but it works perfect for me.
     
  11. mobius

    mobius Turbo Monkey

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    Hah 24"s on a mtnx bike is funny. It would accel fast out the gate and be real low though.